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About the Author

Gary Jonas is the author of the Jonathan Shade series (Modern Sorcery, Acheron Highway, Dragon Gate). He co-wrote Pirates of the Outrigger Rift, a space opera adventure romp. His first novel, One-Way Ticket to Midnight is a blend of horror and mystery, and his collection Quick Shots collects the best of his short fiction.

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  • File Size: 3960 KB
  • Print Length: 134 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Denton & White (November 3, 2012)
  • Publication Date: November 3, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A1OPV2C
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Gary Jonas writes books from a secret farmhouse location somewhere in Oklahoma. Oddly enough, he doesn't even know the address, which is probably why it's a secret. Good thing he knows how to get there, though. He has never worked for the CIA and the rumors about him working for the Bilderberg Group are total hogwash. Really.

As for the books, let's start with the Jonathan Shade urban fantasy series. Shade is a private investigator who handles cases dealing with magic and the paranormal. He has a magically engineered assassin named Kelly Chan who keeps him alive, and a ghost secretary named Esther from the 1920s flapper era who loves him and helps with his cases.

THE JONATHAN SHADE SERIES
Modern Sorcery
Acheron Highway
Dragon Gate
Anubis Nights (first in the time travel sequence)
Sunset Specters (second in the time travel sequence)
Wizard's Nocturne (conclusion of the time travel sequence)
Razor Dreams (coming soon)

THE UFO CONSPIRACY FILES SERIES
Guardians of the Sky (coming soon)
title of the second book is a closely guarded secret--don't tell the Bilderbergs! *
title of the third book is also a secret, but the reptilians probably already know *

* yes, this means the author hasn't a clue what these books will be called, but does know there will be at least three books in the series

STAND ALONE NOVELS
One-Way Ticket to Midnight
Pirates of the Outrigger Rift (written with Bill D. Allen, who is writing a sequel--Freetrader's Fortune--which will kick ass and take names soon)

SHORT STORY COLLECTION
Quick Shots

Finally, we should talk about Jack Talon, the vampire gunslinger in the old west. Gary created the series, and wrote the first book then turned it over to other writers to carry forward.

NIGHT MARSHAL SERIES
Night Marshal: A Tale of the Undead West (by Gary Jonas)
High Plains Moon (by Glenn R. Sixbury)
This Dance, These Bones (by Rebecca Hodgkins)
The Ghoul of Socorro (by James K. Burk)

The first three were collected in a box set.

Okay, that's enough talk. Go read some books. If you don't want to read Gary's books, that's all right, but read books by someone. The world is better if you read. Really.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By dancin-debbie on December 24, 2012
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I love stories with vampires in them. I look for them on line and just devour them. Night Marshall was no different. I picked this book up and began reading it and couldnt put it down. The humor, the emotion and the characters in the story pulled me into another time and place. I couldnt stop reading until the last page because I wanted to see what happened next. I loved the twists to the plot the unexpected jolts and the laugh out loud humor. Night Marshall is now one of my all time favorite vampire stories. I loved every page turning unexpected gun-slinging word of it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lori Safranek on June 27, 2013
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No matter how many books I read, there's always one out there that tricks me. Gary Jonas's Night Marshal is one of those books I started reading without much hope of really liking it. Maybe I'd read a few pages and give up, maybe I'd make it through but just be a little disappointed. I mean, really? Vampires in the Old West?

Well, needless to say, I was proven wrong. It's a fascinating book, a great depiction of the Old West, starting with "Suicide" Jack Talon, a good, old-fashioned gunman now struck low by tuberculosis. He's been on both sides of the law, and now he's dying, but he's determined to keep moving, keep playing cards. And if anyone objects to his winning, Jack's not afraid to use his masterful skills with his gun. He's killed men, many men, and it doesn't bother him.

His loyal wife Sofia is a regal beauty who follows Jack to the end, nurses him, tries to stop him from fighting and faces certain knowledge of losing the man she loves. When they turn up in a small mining town, Jack's doing poorly, Sofia's tired of the traveling and someone else is in town, raising hell. Jack just won't miss out on the fun, for one thing, and also, he knows others will die if he doesn't help out.

Many years before, the town had been invaded by vampires, but the city fathers had destroyed the vampires and put their bodies in an abandoned mine. Bumbling drifters unknowingly release one of the blood suckers from his grave and before long, people are dying and Jack Talon is back on the job, trying to protect his fellow humans. Many good twists in this story make it a good read and a new take on the vampire story. I'm hoping this is a series!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Julianna Bella Doerres Ma/Ed on November 6, 2013
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I have always loved a great western story and I love paranormal stories. This is the best of both. A fast moving western with a Doc Holiday type lead character. Dyeing of TB a gambler is turned by a twist of fate into a vampire and his rising from the dead gives a whole new meaning to his life. This is one great read and I can't recommend it enough. Gary Jonas can write a picture that takes you into the snow covered western town and brings it alive in the imagination.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By CJ McClain on April 10, 2013
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I don't care much for vampire stories, love traditional westerns and tried this only because it was free. It has all the components I love and in this case the vampire just made it better. Can't wait for the next one!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Shadowhelm VINE VOICE on February 19, 2013
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Gary Jonas is known for some pretty quirky and fast-paced books, and Night Marshal is no different. His characters are complex and interesting; his story compelling. Vampires and the Old West are an odd combination, but one you can sink your teeth into (pun intended). I look forward to his next Night Marshal book.
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Awsome mix of vampire angst and western gunman. I don't mind having moral vamps as long as they don't sparkle.
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This were wild in the old west. Author Gary Jonas tells a story of a consumptive gambler and his wife, a mayor and his dead wife and child and a vengeful vampire. Good compulsive read. I quite enjoyed this one.
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Enjoyable, fast good read. A good Western with a somewhat different slant from what you usually read. But would recommend.
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